stoltenberg: NATO helped Ukraine prepare for attack

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said the military was increasing its defenses against chemical and nuclear weapons amid growing fears that Russia might use them. war in Ukraine.
Stoltenberg said NATO leaders agreed with their group on Friday to send supplies to Ukraine to help prevent it from an armed attack.
“This could include information equipment, prevention, and health support, as well as preparation for decontamination and disaster management,” he told reporters after a meeting in Brussels.
But Stoltenberg said the 30 NATO allies are increasing their “readiness and readiness.”
Leaders agreed on Friday to deploy four new military bases, typically from 1,000-1,500 troops, in Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria. Four other factions were stationed in the Baltic States and Poland.
NATO nations are worried that Russia is trying to falsely accuse them of making chemical or biological weapons in Ukraine as part of Moscow’s deception to create a pretext for using them. self -war.

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